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Re: USB flash drive problem

On Fri, 23 Dec 2005 14:46:28 -0600
Tatsuya Kobayashi <pikopiko28@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 12/23/05, Rodney D. Myers <rdmyers.42@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, 23 Dec 2005 14:29:21 -0600
> > Tatsuya Kobayashi <pikopiko28@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > > Yes CF is mounted on the /media/CANON_DC and it is accessed
> > > from /dev/sdb. So I'm able to read or write something on /dev/sdb
> > > which is CF that mounted on the multi card reader.
> > > But USB flash drive isn't RECOGNIZED yet and dmesg says nothing
> > > about USB flash drive.
> >
> > Is the USB Flash drive formatted? I'd assume it's formatted FAT. Do
> > you have a windos machine to check it out?
> >
> > Unplug the CF drive, since it works.
> >
> > Unplug and replug the flash drive in, and dmesg again. see what it
> > says when you plug it in.
> >
> USB Flash drive is fomatted with FAT and it's already have about
> 200MB of data. And also this drive is working on the Windows and Mac
> OS X(both Tiger and Panther). I already said couple times but this
> USB drive is working on the same Debian sarge but kernel 2.4.
> I repluged USB flash drive but no log were given. Still last lines of
> dmesg is one that I posted recently.

Do you have usbview installed? If not, install it, and run it. This
will find all usb devices on the computer.

Also, if you have the flash drive plugged into a USB hub, plug it into
the computer directly as well.

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